Lucy Maria Houghton

F, #9301, b. 2 April 1846, d. 29 September 1939
Father*Charles Houghton b. 13 Feb 1804, d. 10 Oct 1885
Mother*Reliance Arvilla Webster b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 6 Nov 1877

Biography

BirthApr 2, 1846Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 4 in 1850 census; age 14 in 1860 census; age 22 in 1870 census; Death Cert.: 2 Apr 1849
MarriageDec 24, 1873Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 25
DeathSep 29, 1939Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, of myocardial degeneration and senility
BurialWest Enosburg Cemetery, Enosburg, VT, USA

Family

Wallace William Hall b. 1848, d. 28 Mar 1923
Marriage*Lucy Maria Houghton married Wallace William Hall on Dec 24, 1873 at Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 25. 

Darius Erastus Houghton

M, #9302, b. 3 March 1850, d. 29 July 1931
Father*Charles Houghton b. 13 Feb 1804, d. 10 Oct 1885
Mother*Reliance Arvilla Webster b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 6 Nov 1877

Biography

BirthMar 3, 1850Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 6/12 in 1850 census; age 10 in 1860 census; age 61 in 1910 census; age 20 in 1870 census; age 69 in 1920 census; JWH: 3,3, 1881; Enosburg VT VRs: Mar 14, 1851
MarriageMar 3, 1881Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 31; JWH gives date as his bd; JWH: Cambridge, VT
1910 Census1910Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 61, farmer; and sister in law, Diantha Walker
1920 Census1920Enosburg, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 69, farmer
MarriageMar 19, 1924Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 74, 2nd mar
DeathJul 29, 1931Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 80-4-15, of senility and bronchopneumonia
Burial1931West Enosburgh Cemetery, West Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 80

Family 1

Addie Jane Walker b. 2 Sep 1845, d. 27 Nov 1922
Marriage*Darius Erastus Houghton married Addie Jane Walker on Mar 3, 1881 at Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 31; JWH gives date as his bd; JWH: Cambridge, VT. 
Children

Family 2

Emma La Plant b. 2 Jan 1857, d. 2 Nov 1943
Marriage*Darius Erastus Houghton married Emma La Plant on Mar 19, 1924 at Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 74, 2nd mar. 

Laura Etta Houghton

F, #9303, b. 12 February 1853, d. 26 June 1889
Father*Charles Houghton b. 13 Feb 1804, d. 10 Oct 1885
Mother*Reliance Arvilla Webster b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 6 Nov 1877

Biography

BirthFeb 12, 1853Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 7 in 1860 census; age 17 in 1870 census
DeathJun 26, 1889
Burial1889West Enosburgh Cemetery, West Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA

Charlotte Dunton

F, #9304, b. July 1842

Biography

BirthJul, 1842Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 28 in 1870 census; age 57 in 1900 census; age 67 in 1910 census; age 77 in 1920 census
MarriageMar 3, 1867Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA
1870 Census1870Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 34, a farmer, property $4500-$1500
1900 Census1900Coffins Grove Twp, Delaware Co., IA, USA, age 62, laborer
1910 Census1910Coffins Grove Twp, Delaware Co., IA, USA, age 74, farmer
1920 Census1920Coffins Grove Twp, Marionville, Delaware Co., IA, USA, age 77, widow, none

Family

Joel Webster Houghton b. 9 Sep 1835, d. Jan 1911
Marriage*Charlotte Dunton married Joel Webster Houghton, son of Charles Houghton and Reliance Arvilla Webster, on Mar 3, 1867 at Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA
Children

Mila Ann Chamberlain

F, #9305, b. 12 January 1848, d. 19 March 1889

Biography

BirthJan 12, 1848Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 32 in 1880 census
MarriageAug 19, 1870Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 42
1880 Census1880Sheldon, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 42, a farmer
DeathMar 19, 1889Sheldon, VT, USA, age 41-2-7, of bronchial consumption

Family

Seymour Charles Houghton b. 14 Jan 1837, d. 23 Jun 1888
Marriage*Mila Ann Chamberlain married Seymour Charles Houghton, son of Charles Houghton and Reliance Arvilla Webster, on Aug 19, 1870 at Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 42. 

Oliver Parmenter Titus

M, #9306, b. 6 September 1835, d. before 1911

Biography

BirthSep 6, 1835Moriah, Essex Co., NY, USA
MarriageJul 7, 1870Shelburne, Chittenden Co., VT, USA
Deathbefore 1911IA, USA

Family

Cynthia Pease Houghton b. 12 Nov 1842, d. 6 Jan 1927
Marriage*Oliver Parmenter Titus married Cynthia Pease Houghton, daughter of Charles Houghton and Reliance Arvilla Webster, on Jul 7, 1870 at Shelburne, Chittenden Co., VT, USA
Child

Wallace William Hall

M, #9307, b. 1848, d. 28 March 1923

Biography

Birth1848
MarriageDec 24, 1873Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 25
DeathMar 28, 1923Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA

Family

Lucy Maria Houghton b. 2 Apr 1846, d. 29 Sep 1939
Marriage*Wallace William Hall married Lucy Maria Houghton, daughter of Charles Houghton and Reliance Arvilla Webster, on Dec 24, 1873 at Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 25. 

Addie Jane Walker

F, #9308, b. 2 September 1845, d. 27 November 1922

Biography

BirthSep 2, 1845Cambridge, Lamoille Co., VT, USA, age 72 in 1920 census
MarriageMar 3, 1881Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 31; JWH gives date as his bd; JWH: Cambridge, VT
1910 Census1910Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 61, farmer; and sister in law, Diantha Walker
1920 Census1920Enosburg, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 69, farmer
DeathNov 27, 1922Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA, age 77-2-25, of pneumonia (labor) for 10 days, and La Grippe
Burial1922West Enosburgh Cemetery, West Enosburgh, Franklin Co., VT, USA

Family

Darius Erastus Houghton b. 3 Mar 1850, d. 29 Jul 1931
Marriage*Addie Jane Walker married Darius Erastus Houghton, son of Charles Houghton and Reliance Arvilla Webster, on Mar 3, 1881 at Enosburgh, VT, USA, age 31; JWH gives date as his bd; JWH: Cambridge, VT. 
Children

Sarah Emily Houghton

F, #9309, b. 7 September 1840
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthSep 7, 1840NY, USA, age 9, MA, in 1850 census; age 19 in 1860 census; age 28 in 1870 census; age 39 in 1880 census; Sep 1842, age 57 in 1900 census
1900 Census1900Salina, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 84, widowed, none
BurialLiverpool Village Cemetery, Liverpool, NY, USA

Alvira Houghton

F, #9310, b. 25 January 1842, d. 15 March 1875
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthJan 25, 1842NY, USA, age 8, MA, in 1850 census
MarriageJul 22, 1858
DeathMar 15, 1875NY, USA
BurialManlius Center Cemetery, Manlius, NY, USA

Family 1

Amos Van Tassel b. 30 Aug 1836, d. 10 Jul 1862
Marriage*Alvira Houghton married Amos Van Tassel on Jul 22, 1858. 
Child

Family 2

Abner Abraham Van Tassel b. 24 Sep 1832, d. 1907
MarriageAlvira Houghton married Abner Abraham Van Tassel on Sep, 1867. 
Children

David Chester Houghton

M, #9311, b. 25 June 1844, d. 23 March 1932
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthJun 25, 1844St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 6, MA, in 1850 census; age 16 in 1860 census; age 36 in 1880 census; June 1845, age 54 in 1900 census; age 65 in 1910 census; age 75 in 1920 census; Cady: June 1845
Marriage1865mar 45 y in 1910 census
1880 Census1880Clay, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 36, a farm laborer
1900 Census1900Clay, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 54, a farmer
1910 Census1910Clay, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 65, farmer
1920 Census1920Clay, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 75, a farmer on a general farm
1930 Census1930Clay, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 85, widower, farmer; and "sister", Myrtle B., age 64
DeathMar 23, 1932Liverpool, Onondaga Co., NY, USA
BurialCollamer Cemetery, DeWitt, NY, USA

Family

Lucy A. Welsh b. Sep 1844, d. 1924
Marriage*David Chester Houghton married Lucy A. Welsh on 1865 mar 45 y in 1910 census. 
Child

Mary Cornelia Houghton

F, #9312, b. 12 December 1846, d. 21 March 1874
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthDec 12, 1846NY, USA, age 3 in 1850 census; age 13 in 1860 census; age 23 in 1870 census
DeathMar 21, 1874NY, USA

Aurilla Houghton

F, #9313, b. 3 June 1849, d. 15 November 1934
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthJun 3, 1849Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 1 in 1850 census; age 11 in 1860 census
Marriage
DeathNov 15, 1934Collamer, Onondaga Co., NY, USA

Family

James Maxwell b. Oct 1846, d. 1907
Marriage*Aurilla Houghton married James Maxwell
Child

Tamar Sophia Houghton

F, #9314, b. 30 April 1852, d. 29 October 1936
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthApr 30, 1852Macomb, St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 9 in 1860 census; age 19 in 1870 census
MarriageOct 30, 1872
DeathOct 29, 1936Syracuse, NY, USA, at home of her daughter
BurialMorningside Cemetery, Syracuse, NY, USA, also Oakwood Cemetery

Family

Jewett M. DeLong b. 25 May 1854, d. 11 Sep 1929
Marriage*Tamar Sophia Houghton married Jewett M. DeLong on Oct 30, 1872. 
Children

Eliza M. Houghton

F, #9315, b. 17 October 1854
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthOct 17, 1854NY, USA, age 5 in 1860 census; age 15 in 1870 census
MarriageJan 16, 1877

Family

George W. Morgan
Marriage*Eliza M. Houghton married George W. Morgan on Jan 16, 1877. 
Child

Royal J. Houghton

M, #9316, b. 7 December 1862, d. 1938
Father*Joshua F. Houghton b. 27 Sep 1815, d. 5 Sep 1902
Mother*Cynthia Washburn b. 8 Aug 1820, d. 12 Jan 1894

Biography

BirthDec 7, 1862NY, USA, age 7 in 1870 census; age 17 in 1880 census; Dec 1862, age 37 in 1900 census; age 47 in 1910 census; age 57 in 1920 census; age 67 in 1930 census
Marriagecirca 1885age 22 and 18; mar 15 years in 1900 census; mar 22 y in 1910 census; Cady: 1885
1900 Census1900Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY, USA, age 37, carpentry contractor
1910 Census1910age 47, farmer; two houses from brother Chester
1930 Census1930Liverpool, Onondago Co., NY, USA, age 67, home $10,000, a building house carpenter
Death1938Liverpool, NY, USA
BurialLiverpool Village Cemetery, Liverpool, NY, USA

Family

Edith M. (?) b. Dec 1867, d. 24 Jun 1931
Marriage*Royal J. Houghton married Edith M. (?) on circa 1885 age 22 and 18; mar 15 years in 1900 census; mar 22 y in 1910 census; Cady: 1885. 
Children

James Maxwell

M, #9317, b. October 1846, d. 1907

Biography

BirthOct, 1846
Marriage
Death1907NY, USA

Family

Aurilla Houghton b. 3 Jun 1849, d. 15 Nov 1934
Marriage*James Maxwell married Aurilla Houghton, daughter of Joshua F. Houghton and Cynthia Washburn
Child

Jewett M. DeLong

M, #9318, b. 25 May 1854, d. 11 September 1929

Biography

BirthMay 25, 1854Clay, NY, USA, Cady: May 23; FAG: May 26 1853
MarriageOct 30, 1872
DeathSep 11, 1929Syracuse, NY, USA

Family

Tamar Sophia Houghton b. 30 Apr 1852, d. 29 Oct 1936
Marriage*Jewett M. DeLong married Tamar Sophia Houghton, daughter of Joshua F. Houghton and Cynthia Washburn, on Oct 30, 1872. 
Children

George W. Morgan

M, #9319

Biography

MarriageJan 16, 1877

Family

Eliza M. Houghton b. 17 Oct 1854
Marriage*George W. Morgan married Eliza M. Houghton, daughter of Joshua F. Houghton and Cynthia Washburn, on Jan 16, 1877. 
Child

Lena Persis Morgan

F, #9320, b. 28 October 1885
Father*George W. Morgan
Mother*Eliza M. Houghton b. 17 Oct 1854

Biography

BirthOct 28, 1885

George William Houghton

M, #9321, b. July 1839
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Biography

BirthJul, 1839NY, USA, age 10 in 1850 census; age 29 in 1870 census; age 60 in 1900 census; JWH, MLM: 16 Jun 1840
Mil. EnlsSep 10, 1861Ogdensburgh, NY, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. H, 10th NY Heavy Artillery, a corporal/sergeant, age 21; Brownville, NY, Aug. 6, 1862, age 21; JWH: 'At the age of eighteen he enlisted in Company H, 33d Regiment, N.Y. Miltia. Organized in advance of second call for volunteers in August 1861, for three years, and served under General T. Pope, General Joseph Hooker. He reenlisted as a veteran 12,24,1863, and participated in the following battles: Chancellorsville, Va., Gettysburg, Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge, Ringold, Taylors Ridge, Atlanta, Savannah, and was with Sherman on his famous march to the sea, also at the surrender of Johnson's army and the grand review at Washington in 1865. He is now a member of the Post Lapery Department of Michigan.'
MarriageFeb 2, 1864
1870 Census1870Macomb, St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, a farm hand, property $125-175
1900 Census1900Oregon, Lapeer Co., MI, USA, age 60, farmer

Family

Hannah S. Day b. Jun 1845
Marriage*George William Houghton married Hannah S. Day on Feb 2, 1864. 
Children

Bvt Major Charles Henry Houghton

M, #9322, b. 30 April 1842, d. 6 April 1914
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Notable Houghton

     Was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor during the Civil War. Notable Houghton: Despite Medal of Honor in Civil War, he was arrested for fraud, eventually found guilty of falsifying documents and fined.

Biography

BirthApr 30, 1842Macomb, St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 8 in 1850 census; age 38, NJ, in 1880 census; JWH, MLM: Macomb NY
Mil. EnlsSep 10, 1861Ogdensburgh, Jefferson Co., NY, USA, in the Union Army, NY, a 1st sergeant, age 19
MarriageAug 18, 1863MI, USA
Mil. Serv.Jan 1, 1864Rochester, NY, USA, in the Union Army, age 21, Comp. L, 14th NY Heavy Artillery, Captain, and Bvt. Maj; also Comp B, 60th NY Inf

"Rank and organization: Captain, Company L, 14th New York Artillery. Place and date: At Petersburg, Va., 30 July 1864; 25 March 1865. Entered service at: Ogdensburg, N.Y. Born: 30 April 1842, Macomb, St. Lawrence County, N.Y. Date of issue: 5 April 1898. Citation: In the Union assault at the Crater (30 July 1864), and in the Confederate assault repelled at Fort Haskell, displayed most conspicuous gallantry and repeatedly exposed himself voluntarily to great danger, was 3 times wounded, and suffered loss of a leg."

JWH: 'He enlisted in the same company and regiment with his brother and was successively promoted from private to colonel and was in some of the same battles with his brother, and under the same commanders. In 1863, he was commissioned by the governor of New York to recruit for 14th New York Artillery, was commissioned captain 12, 7, 1863, and commanded a battalon until near the close of the war, and later commanded the 179th Regiment of New York Volunteers. He made a brilliant record as a soldier and commander; was in many hazardous undertakings and was severely wounded, losing his right leg at upper third, and though given up to die by all surgeons, made a remarkable recovery. He was visited by President Lincoln a few days before his assassination, who congratulated him for his bravery. He was then recommended by the officers of his regiment for promotion, one of which recited that he had distinguished himself on every battlefield of his regiment, and during his service was three times brevetted for conspicuous gallantry in action and meritorious service in the field, 'by the President of the United States; as Major General of the United States Volunteers for gallant conduct at battles of Fort Stedman and Haskell, Va., and for which successful defense of his post during that memorable battle, by his coolness under such a hellfire of shot and shell, and by his quiet bravery and stolid determination, he elicited applause of his men,' and he was designated then, and has been known since, as the 'Hero of Ft. Haskell.' He was awarded by the President a Congressional Medal of Honor. This was made of gold bronze by Tiffany & Co., of New York. We regret that our space will not permit a more extended notice, of which he was eminently worthy.'

BVT MAJ US ARMY CIVIL WAR

W D Houghton:

Major General Charles H. Houghton (1842-1895)
Charles Houghton was born in Macomb, NY, on March 30, 1842, to William H. Houghton and Eliza Ann Bentley. Charles and his older brother George Houghton both served in the Company L, 14th New York Artillery. Charles re-ceived steady promotions from private to colonel and was in some of the same battles with his brother. In 1863, he was commissioned by the Governor of New York to recruit for his unit and became a Captain. He commanded a battalion for most of the war, and later commanded the 179th Regiment of New York Volunteers.
By all accounts, he was a remarkable officer who had a brilliant record as both a commander and leader. He received his MOH quite some time after the war on April 5, 1898, for heroism on two separate occasions in Petersburg, Virginia, on July 30, 1864, and March 25, 1865. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Haskell, Virginia, and lost almost his entire right leg. Although his surgeons thought he would surely die after losing his leg, Charles made a miraculous recovery.
Charles was even visited by President Abraham Lincoln a few days before his assassination at Ford‘s Theater on April 14, 1865. Lincoln congratulated Charles, who was known as the "Hero of Ft. Hakell," for his bravery under fire and in the hospital. He was then recommended by the officers in his regiment for promotion; in fact, Charles Houghton received three, in-the-field promotions (or bre-vetted) for:
“…Conspicuous gallantry in action and meritorious ser-vice in the field by the President of the United States, as Major General of the United States Volunteers for gal-lant conduct at the battles of Fort Stedman and Haskell, VA., and for his successful defense of his post during that memorable battle, but his coolness under such a hellfire of shot and shell, and by his quiet bravery and stolid determination he elicited the applause of his men.”
His MOH was gold-plated and made by Tiffany & Company of New York. His MOH Citation reads very simply and elegantly as follows:
In the Union assault at the Crater (30 July 1864), and in the Confederate assault repelled at Fort Haskell, dis-played most conspicuous gallantry and repeatedly ex-posed himself voluntarily to great danger, was 3 times wounded, and suffered loss of a leg.
1880 Census1880East New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ, USA, age 38, surveyor of the Port Amboy port
1890 Veterans Census1890Raritan, Middlesex Co., NJ, USA, 2nd Lt, Comp. B, 60th NY Vols, Aug 26, 1861-Mar 5, 1863; 1 y - 6 m -10 d;
Capt., Comp. L, 14th NY Artil; Bvt Major, US Vols; Bvt Lt Col; Bvt Col; NY Vols;
Dec 1863-Sep 11, 1865; 1 y - 10 m - 11 d; 3 y - 4 m - 21 d total
Residence: Metucken, NJ
Loss of right leg at thigh, shell, March 25, 1865, Battle Fort Haskell, VA
Wounded Left Temple, temporal artery severed and in right hand, same battle
Wounded in the leg, at Betsheda Church, June 14, 1864
DeathApr 6, 1914Jersey City, NJ, USA, age 73
BurialArlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., VA, USA, Section 3 SD Ws Site 2411

Family

Lavina Anderson b. 27 Apr 1838, d. 1 Jun 1895
Marriage*Bvt Major Charles Henry Houghton married Lavina Anderson on Aug 18, 1863 at MI, USA

Helen M. Houghton

F, #9323, b. 7 August 1844, d. 1904
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Biography

BirthAug 7, 1844NY, USA, age 6 in 1850 census
MarriageJan 1, 1867
Death1904Hastings, MN, USA

Family

Robert D. Robinson b. 11 Mar 1842
Marriage*Helen M. Houghton married Robert D. Robinson on Jan 1, 1867. 
Children

Hannah Ann Houghton

F, #9324, b. 3 February 1846, d. 30 October 1893?
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Biography

BirthFeb 3, 1846NY, USA, age 4 in 1850 census; age 14 in 1860 census
MarriageNov 22, 1868
DeathOct 30, 1893?JWH, MLM: 10,30,1873

Family

William Parlow d. 3 Mar 1898
Marriage*Hannah Ann Houghton married William Parlow on Nov 22, 1868. 
Children

Mary E. Houghton

F, #9325, b. 27 July 1848, d. 8 February 1850
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Hiram F. Houghton

M, #9326, b. 14 November 1850
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Biography

BirthNov 14, 1850NY, USA, age 9 in 1860 census; Nov. 1850, age 49 in 1900 census; age "49" in 1910 census
Marriagecirca 1885mar 15 years in 1900 census
1900 Census1900Benona Twp, Oceana Co., MI, USA, age 49, farm laborer; 1 children born, 0 living; boarders with Frank H. Bird

Family

Delia A. (?) b. Sep 1847
Marriage*Hiram F. Houghton married Delia A. (?) on circa 1885 mar 15 years in 1900 census. 

David J. Houghton

M, #9327, b. 30 December 1852, d. 1933
Father*William H. Houghton b. 15 Jan 1817, d. 6 Mar 1854
Mother*Eliza Ann Bentley b. c 1820

Biography

BirthDec 30, 1852NY, USA, age 7 in 1860 census; age 17 in 1870 census; age 27 in 1880 census; Dec 1852, age 47 in 1900 census; age 57 in 1910 census; age 67 in 1920 census; age 77 in 1930 census
1870 Census1870Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 17, at school, with James Clements 63 and Eliza A. Clements, 48, NY
MarriageFeb 11, 1874
1880 CensusJun 15, 1880Lisbon, St. Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 27, a farmer; with James and Eliza Clements family
1900 Census1900Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 47, farmer
1910 Census1910Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 57, farmer
1920 Census1920Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., NY, USA, age 67, dairy farmer
1930 Census1930Loma Vista Apts., Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, USA, age 77
Death1933
BurialLisbon Cemetery, Lisbon, NY, USA

Family

Jennie Held b. 29 Nov 1851, d. 1920
Marriage*David J. Houghton married Jennie Held on Feb 11, 1874. 
Children

Hannah S. Day

F, #9328, b. June 1845

Biography

BirthJun, 1845NY, USA, age 29 in 1870 census; age 54 in 1900 census
MarriageFeb 2, 1864
1900 Census1900Oregon, Lapeer Co., MI, USA, age 60, farmer

Family

George William Houghton b. Jul 1839
Marriage*Hannah S. Day married George William Houghton, son of William H. Houghton and Eliza Ann Bentley, on Feb 2, 1864. 
Children

Lavina Anderson

F, #9329, b. 27 April 1838, d. 1 June 1895

Biography

BirthApr 27, 1838NY, USA
MarriageAug 18, 1863MI, USA
1880 Census1880East New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ, USA, age 38, surveyor of the Port Amboy port
DeathJun 1, 1895

Family

Bvt Major Charles Henry Houghton b. 30 Apr 1842, d. 6 Apr 1914
Marriage*Lavina Anderson married Bvt Major Charles Henry Houghton, son of William H. Houghton and Eliza Ann Bentley, on Aug 18, 1863 at MI, USA

Robert D. Robinson

M, #9330, b. 11 March 1842

Biography

BirthMar 11, 1842
MarriageJan 1, 1867

Family

Helen M. Houghton b. 7 Aug 1844, d. 1904
Marriage*Robert D. Robinson married Helen M. Houghton, daughter of William H. Houghton and Eliza Ann Bentley, on Jan 1, 1867. 
Children